Woodwall

Wood´wall`


n.1.(Zool.) The yaffle.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Woodwall said he and his family would always take care of Katona but rehab would be "a good idea" for her.
In Division Two Town Lane overcame Bebington Rovers by a 3-0 scoreline with goals from Colin Woodwall, Carl McGhee and Darren Robinson.
Mark Andrew Holmes, aged 23, of Woodwall Close, Nuneaton, driving with excess alcohol, fined pounds 300, banned from driving for three years and a drink-drive course was not offered.
Words with complementary letter pairs, length 6 BYLOVE (vf) EVAZIR (evade, Pr) EVOLVE LORIOL (l'oriol woodwall 1325q, or De Loriol Sequanian 1881q) RIVEIR RIZARI (writer, Old High German) SHAZZA (familiar form of forename, Peevish) SHEVRI (Web2) SHIRAZ (city, wine, etc.